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Monster Monpiece confirmed for EU / US release via PSN [Update]

Following rumours and speculation circulating online surrounding Monster Monpiece possibly getting an english localisation, Idea Factory International have confirmed that the moe card game rpg will indeed be coming to EU and US audiences this spring via digital release on PSN.


Ratchet & Clank Nexus rated for PS Vita by PEGI

It’s looking more and more likely that Ratchet & Clank Nexus/Into the Nexus will be seeing a PS Vita release now that the game has been rated by PEGI for PS Vita. The PEGI listing appeared on the PEGI (Pan European Game Information) website and twitter account earlier today.


Review: Muramasa Rebirth

Almost 4 years after Vanilliaware’s critically acclaimed Nintendo Wii title Muramasa: The Demon Blade, the Playstation Vita sees a port of the 2009 game in the form of Muramasa Rebirth from publisher Aksys games.


Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f coming to EU/US Vitas next year

In a surprise announcement today, SEGA revealed that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f will be coming to Vita owners in Europe and North America next year. When Project diva F (the PS3 version) was finally released in english this summer, many were crying out for the Vita version to also get a localised release.


Games & Gear at the Gadget Show Live

As the days get shorter and the air gets colder, winter’s drawing ever closer and many gadget loving gamers are looking forward to Christmas to get the latest hardware, software and peripherals on their wishlists.


Rainbow Moon coming to the PS Vita this December

PS3 RPG Rainbow Moon, from eastasiasoft, has been announced for a PS Vita release later this year on December 3rd 2013. The vita version will include Cross-Save, so players will be able to continue their progress between PS3 and Vita versions.


First english screenshots of Danganronpa™: Trigger Happy Havoc revealed

The first batch of english language screenshots have been released by NIS America for Danganronpa™: Trigger Happy Havoc, a mystery adventure game coming to the PS Vita. NISA announced it would be localising the game for Europe and North America earlier this year with a release date set for early 2014.


Hyperdimension Neptunia PP coming to EU & US in 2014

Next in their current string of announcements, NIS America has confirmed plans to bring Hyperdimension Neptunia PP to Europ and North America in 2014, exclusively on the PS Vita handheld console.


Review: KickBeat

With more than a few kung-fu and action flicks there’ll usually be at least one scene featuring the lone hero (sometimes with a partner), surrounded by countless henchmen and fodder, rhythmically dispatching enemy after enemy accompanied with the energetic beats of the high tempo soundtrack pumping in the background.


Gravity Rush sequel teased during TGS 2013

In a short teaser video titled ‘A Message from Team Gravity’ from the Playstation Japan Youtube account, Kat and her mysterious familiar Dusty appear to be returning in a new project from the creators of the fantastic Vita exclusive, Gravity Rush.


Atlus finds a new home at SEGA

Following several months of uncertainty regarding Atlus’ future after its parent company, Index Corporation filed for bankruptcy, Sega has now confirmed that it has  purchased Atlus and Index via auction, the later of which will be restructured into Sega Dream Corporation.


Sony doubles down with the PS Vita TV & PS Vita Slim

Early this morning, while many in the UK were waking up or on their way to work, Sony held their pre-TGS press conference to show off some of the surprises they had in store before the main event later this month.


Muramasa Rebirth coming to UK/EU this Autumn!

  The US release for Muramasa Rebirth, the PS Vita update of the previously Wii-exclusive title has come and gone and looks like its being received well among fans and critics alike.


Review: Cytus Lambda

As a fan of music rhythm games, I’ve noticed that there’s very few available on the Playstation vita, especially in the UK, either physically or on PSN.


Review: Lumines : Electronic Symphony

Just over 6 years ago, Lumines debuted on the original Sony PSP console as a launch title developed by Mizuguchi Tetsuya, probably most known for Rez and its spiritual successor, the recent Child of Eden game.


Review: Gravity Rush

Gravity Rush, the highly anticipated Playstation Vita exclusive from Keiichiro Toyama, designer behind the Silent Hill, Siren and several other titles has finally arrived for western audiences after multiple delays causing several release date revisions. The game starts off with the protagonist, Kat, falling from the sky and landing in the floating town of Hekseville.

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